Sports Tours International are the official VIP Tour Operator of the Giro d’Italia. Join us in Hungary and Italy in 2020 to watch and ride or spectate. Exclusive Giro d’Italia VIP access is included in our tours but also available as stand alone tickets on all stages!
With exciting stages set to challenge riders and reward spectators with packed cycling action and spectacular surrounding views, don’t miss your chance to be right in the heart of the action for this UCI Grand Tour.
We really like the stages on the Adriatic Coast where the Giro will celebrate the famous filmmaker Fellini, the Italian cycling hero Marco Pantani and the 50th anniversary of one of Europe’s finest Gran Fondos, the Gran Fondo Nove Colli. Our tour will give you the opportunity to watch the riders of the Giro tackle the Nove Colli route before riding the event yourself just days after.
Everyone likes Prosecco so an individual time trial stage in this famous Italian wine region is a great idea! On our tour we’ll stay in Udine for great stage access to the wine stage and to the stage that celebrates the Italian version of the Red Devils.
The final week of the Giro is where it’s all going to happen. In the last week there are 3 stages (stages 17, 18 and 20) that have over 5,000 metres of climbing each. On our tour we’ll tackle such iconic climbs as Madonna Campiglio, the Stelvio, Col de Finestre and Sestriere.
An individual time trial in Milan on the final stage will keep the final result pending until the very last day.
The 2020 Giro d’Italia has been postponed. Our 2020 tours will be back available once we have the new dates.
VIP experiences on every stage
VIP experiences Grande Partenza Hungary
Giro d’Italia and Nove Colli
The Final Week – Madonna di Campiglio, Stelvio and Sestriere to Milan
@Stephen_Andrews@sacks_jo Stephen, you’re fortunate to have ran one of the best marathons in the world and your face as you cross the finish line perfectly summarises the emotion, relief and joy as you cross the line, we love it 👍
We know it's been a tough few weeks with events being cancelled and postponed. Safety is always the most important thing and when normality is resumed, we can't wait to get back to helping you run these iconic events but the question is
'What can I run?'